Sean talks with Thomas Schultz, who found thousands of paintings in a garage when he was looking at houses on Long Island. The owners told him to throw it away but he kept it and it is now worth $30 million.
Dawa Drolma was born in a Tibetan community the same year her family's business went bankrupt. With hefty tuition bills to pay for their older children, Dawa's parents sent her away. Dawa was passed around from relative to relative, always struggling to find a place where she belonged. But Dawa did find something that kept her grounded - school. Dawa found solace in her studies and in learning about traditional Tibetan music, which is quickly disappearing from her homeland.
When artist Hank Willis Thomas' cousin was killed over a decorative chain, Hank's life changed - and so did his art. By combining familiar images, like the NBA logo, with 19th century advertisements of slave auctions, Hank created a kind of social commentary on the commodification of the black male body and black-on-black violence. Also on the show: scamming the scammers.